ENACFIRE claims its new wireless, IPX7-rated Soundtank speaker lasts 24 hours per charge
ENACFIRE is a new brand currently working on a name for itself with new products such as the Soundtank. It is a portable wireless speaker, albeit of the type intended to be just large and powerful enough to warrant taking anywhere the user needs their music blasting.
To this end, its maker has equipped it with an IPX7-rated build. In addition, it has a hexagonal shape, whereas other products in this market might tend toward the modified cylinder form-factor; therefore, this might help with its stability, not to mention its relative originality.
ENACFIRE claims that the Soundtank's dual speakers have 20 watts (W) of audio power each, thus potentially making for clear audio (with a range of 160-2000Hz) and "360° surrond" streaming via its Bluetooth 5.0 connection. In addition, there is a "Bass+" setting with its own dedicated physical button for the possibility of extra power at the low end.
The Soundtank also supports stereo pairing, so that it can sync up with another of its kind should it encounter one. Its exact battery capacity is not given, although ENACFIRE asserts that it can sustain playback for 24 hours on end per charge. This new portable speaker is now available on Amazon for US$50/£50.
ENACFIRE Press Release